I love The Simpsons. Two years ago, I wrote a blog about the meteorological accuracy of "The Simpsons" home town, based on Matt Groening finally admitting the long-running television show was based on the town of Springfield, Oregon. According to the FXX press release: "FXX will launch a record-breaking marathon of the series on August 21, 2014. For 24 hours a day, over the course of the 12 days, FXX will air 552 episodes of The Simpsons, in chronological order." Today, I look at the number of episodes featuring weather, share some weather-related quotes, and other tidbits:
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The March Nor'easter dropped 39 inches of snow and had 100 mph winds.
Two webcams in California and Montana show massive differences in snow compared to last winter.
Believe it or not, heavy snow is unusual in Punxsutawney on Groundhog Day.
Use a cheap microscope to take near close-up photos of snowflakes